The use of head-up displays (HUDs) in Chinese commercial aircraft has made a key advance in China with the decision by one of the country’s three biggest airlines, China Eastern, to introduce the technology into its narrowbody aircraft. With the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) targeting near-universal use of HUDs by 2025, China Eastern has ordered Rockwell Collins HUDs for 58 Boeing 737s, with deliveries due from mid-2013 to 2015. Okay Airways, a much smaller carrier, has ...
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